Conservatories - uPVC - Painted in any colourWe can apply an almost limitless range of colours to uPVC and timber products during the final manufacturing process. Choose any of 12000 RAL colours, or find a colour you like and we will, using a colour spectrometer, do our best to match it (giving you a sample to approve before committing to the full painting scheme). We can also match the colours of the better quality manufacturers paints (Farrow and Ball, Fired Earth etc) to help you create a fully harmonised colour scheme for your home.
Our paint is not just any old paint. It has been specially developed for application to uPVC products, but is also particularly well suited for other surfaces, such as acrylics, aluminium, MDF and timber. The paint chemically bonds itself to the uPVC, giving superb adherence that is guaranteed and backed up by the paint manufacturers. The paint has a high resistance to both scratching and fading. It is available in ANY colour. And it is guaranteed for 10 years.
It is applied in two stages; first the surface is ‘keyed’ using ‘Scotch-brite’ pads then cleaned with a preparation treatment, developed by the paint manufacturers for the purpose, ensuring all surfaces are de-greased and clean. Those areas not required to painted are masked off, and the frame is ready for painting.
After painting, the products are ‘baked’ in our spray booth oven and left to cure before receiving a final coat of protective lacquer. Finally any re-assembly or hanging of doors is carried out in our factory before being ready for despatch to site.
Will it last?, you ask. Well, yes! Like all painted products they are subject to the effects of weathering and the colour will alter a little over the years but, just as with your car (our paint and the process is very similar to painting car trims) this is to be expected over time. However due to the high quality of the paint which gives excellent adhesions to uPVC, a very high resistance to fading and to scratching, this effect is minimised. To keep it looking like new, just clean regularly with a soft cloth and mild household detergent – but not as often as you wash your car!